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Practice multiplication with this fun and engaging advent calendar game for interactive whiteboards and iPads. Students can play individually or you can involve the whole classroom with by going head to head with two teams.
Students are asked multiplication questions at the bottom of the screen and find the correct answer on the advent calendar. If correct, the advent calendar door will open to reveal a prize. When playing against yourself, you will try and beat your time. When playing against another team, whoever opens all the advent calendar first wins.
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Try the preview game first. It is limited to the first 3 questions and then finishes.
✨ 1 or 2 Player
This game can be played by students individually, in 2 player or 2 teams mode by involving the whole class.
✨ Self Correcting
Students will know right away if they have chosen the correct answer. If correct, the advent calendar door will open to reveal a prize
✨ Technical details
This game is designed to be projected onto your SMARTBoard, Promethian, Mimio or Interactive Whiteboard. It is also a perfect game to set up on a computer workstation for students to play independently or in small groups or on their iPads. The iPads need to have the latest version of Safari installed in order for it to display correctly.
✨ How to Play
Whole Class Cooperation – The class is divided into two teams. Each team lines up in front of their advent calendar. The winning team is the one which has opened all its doors first.
✨ Small group or single player – Played on a single computer or iPad
Start the game on a computer and allow the student(s) to play for a certain length of time. If you want to create a competition between students, record their scores on a piece of paper or blackboard and see who can finish their advent calendar the fastest.
✨ Valentine Multiplication Balloon Pop
✨ Advent Calendar Multiplication Game
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☠ Teachers Beware ☠
☠ Serious multiplication fun to be had by the entire class ☠
Split your class into two teams. Line them up in front of any interactive whiteboard (can also be played on iPads). Once you press play, it’s a race to see which team gets the most ghost answers right! And go!
☠ This game is addicting
☠ Kids will be going home to practise their multiplication time tables to get better and better
☠ Kids will be begging to play this again and again
The preview is limited to 20 sec of the full game and can also be viewed here.
This one is available for purchase and download only for a short time on Teacher’s Pay Teachers. Have a wonderful Valentine’s day.
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